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About Predatory Medicare Advantage Marketing - ElderLawAnswers

If you watch TV at all, you cannot have missed the recent barrage of advertisements about Medicare Advantage plans, offering what seems to be almost too-good-to-be-true insurance coverage. The ads make you feel like you’d be neglectful to not call to reap the myriad benefits you’ve been missing out on. And that’s exactly what those ads are designed to do. But the government’s Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has found that complaints of deceptive marketing by insurers offering Medicare Advantage plans have skyrocketed in the past two years, so it would be wise to heed the old adage and be very cautious about reacting to what seems like it is “too good to be true.” This Elder Law Answers article elaborates on the sometimes fraudulent nature of advertised Medicare Advantage plans, including what to look out for and how to evaluate the validity of the healthcare coverage offered. Click here to read more.

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